Cancel culture is a disease that doesn't have a cure, and never will.

 The world that I grew up in no longer exists. We had tough skin - we could tell a joke and laugh at our own mistakes. Not any more... 

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Comedians, such as they are, are no longer funny. Today's humor is 'attack humor' - it's mostly  just mean-spirited and insulting...
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This is what my world looked like growing up. The name of this painting is 'Freedom of speech'. That's become an antiquated concept now, too.
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Your grandkids will never know how terrific these store smelled. Yeah - they all had a wonderful, adventurous smell to 'em.
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This is another issue that they've latched on to that I really don't understand what they don't understand. The playing field is NOT level for everyone. ta fuckin' knuckleheads. That is the way it is. Stop trying to muck up every fuckin' thing. PS - I like this lady. She's smart and sharp as all giddup.
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I have to admit it to you. I am getting big fuckin' kick outta watching this guy's inevitable (hopefully) crash and burn. The piece-a-shit deserves everything they throw at him.
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They have some pretty cool pipes (my wife calls hers her 'one-hitter') 
on Amazon, and they're not all that  expensive.



CLICK ON THE LINK OR THE PICTURE.
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Proof that I have been right all along. 
This image is from the actual document 
for the patent issuance for toilet paper.
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Now even the silliest of books that we knew and loved are under attack by these 'cancel everything' jerkoffs.


If stupid shit like this doesn't get you genuinely pissed off, almost nothing will I guess...

Six Dr. Seuss books - including 'And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street' and 'If I Ran the Zoo' - will stop being published because of what some limp-wristed jerkoffs think is 'racist and insensitive imagery', the business that preserves and protects the author's legacy said Tuesday.

 'These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,'

Dr. Seuss Enterprises said in a statement that coincided with the late author and illustrator´s birthday. The other books affected are 'McElligot´s Pool,' 'On Beyond Zebra!,' 'Scrambled Eggs Super!,' and 'The Cat´s Quizzer.' 
The business said that 'ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commitment and our broader plan to ensure Dr. Seuss Enterprises´ catalog represents and supports all communities and families.'
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There's this thing called 'situational awareness' that is also SORELY missing in today's society. Every time ya turn around someone else is trying to prove that they're the biggest, stupidest, most unaware person in your neighborhood.
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Sorry it's a partial but that's all I could find. These Cannon Towel ads from WWII are almost creepy they're so weird.
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Sometimes, dummies, things don't turn out the way you planned 'em. That's what makes life interesting and challenging. If there is no challenge, if everything is the same for everyone, where's the incentive to do anything? And besides, some fuck ups are pretty funny...
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Another chain of stores that was very important to us as kids. This is where your parents to you for your First Communion suit, and if you don't know what that is, I sure as fuck ain't gonna be the guy to tell you. Look it up.
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MLB, Players’ Union Agree to 7-Inning Doubleheaders, Extra Innings Runner for 2021.



It's always all about change, isn't it...
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This is a great deal.


Click on the picture or the link below:
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How I learned to party like 
the rock star I'm not...
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It was genuinely exciting to go to one of these stores. Yet another thing your grandkids won't get to experience...
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Israel leads the world in a lot of different ways. They certainly are at the top of the bad-ass country list. Don't fuck with that little viper, that's for sure.
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Man - I like everything about this...
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They began in the 1930s, stayed popular through the ‘40s, and ‘50s, and eventually died out in the '60's. 
Horn & Hardart Automats were a New York City dining staple for a hard-working lunch crowd, a modernist icon for a seemingly-boundless machine-age future. 
At the height of their popularity, there were over three dozen in NY city, serving 800,000 people a day. 
And nearly everyone who actually experienced Automats in their heyday - yours truly included - says the same thing: They never forgot the thrill of being a kid at the Automat. The fist-full of dimes that brought food and treats was a great experience.
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Consider this if you will...


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Okay, Mike. Time to sit down and shut up.
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Every driver you'll ever need 
at a price that just can't be beat?  


You'll find it here:
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You know full well why. It's because we're fuckin' idiots, that's why. You knew that. Why do I have to keep explaining it to you? 
We're idiots. It's that simple. Happy, goofy, boob-lovin' morons. Yup. That's us. Thank God.
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Six more weeks.
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Need a gift for a loved one? 
Jewelry is a great idea.

 
Click on the picture for information on this item.


Click on this link to see all she has to offer:
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5 comments:

  1. I can't believe I missed the Robert Hall pic. Yep you are correct. 1st communion suit, winter coats, any dress slacks and they had a "husky" section too! Really a great clothes store

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  2. "Was Washington DC an armed camp when Trump was president?"
    Well, he IS the one who put up the security fence around the White House, and there was that whole attack on the Capitol. So... I gotta say yes.

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    1. Attack on the Capitol coulda been prevented by a fence and some troops. That's Biden's kinda logic

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    2. January 6. That would be 2 weeks before Biden was sworn in, right?

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